mr. mourdock, 30 seconds. mourdock, and it should -- it is, and it should be. i was a county commissioner, serving there two terms, and voluntarily stepped aside. i realized after, oh, say, half way thru the second term, i saw things differently, becoming part of the system, not their to fix it, but becoming a part of it. if you bring in new people, there's an edge there to keep filing away on a system that needs to be well sharpened. horning: i believe we should be bringing in new people. [laughter] you know, i -- again, the solution is pretty much me. you know, we have so many times when it comes up where the partisanship, the fact the people around for around in office for a hundred years, you know, we, as voters, have to understand that we are both powerful enough to fix this and accountable for the result anyway. we own this country.